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TUESDAY APRIL 21, 1008
Mr. Woolley hns gone. Hut tho . old unpatriotic, vicious class or per-
booze-flghtera still have Jack
Hawaii has found another trnol
Ing promotion bureau In Mm Carrie
Evans said the Fleet was ready for
u fight or a frolic. It Is getting the
full share of frolic
The political situation Is up to men
of the Cooper and Cooke stamp. They
can get the followers.
Admiral Very has not been much
In the limelight, but lie lsnc of the
history-makers of the Pacific.
Chulrman Robertson always has
been and will continue to be a ca
pable leader In whom the Republican
party has full confidence
The llttlo affair In Manchuria !n
which the American Consul nt Har
bin figures, has all the earmarks of
being tho Incident by which tho stat
us of authority In Manchuria will bo
Citizens of Honolulu should sit up
and take notice that tho date of
Fleet arrival Is only a fow weeks
away. ThU I'lect-entertalnment bus
iness Is not like a Fourth of July
celebration that can be put oft till
the last trump, and then thrown to
gether on short notice
sons who know not honor and whose
basic criminal character shines In
the noisome perspiration that oozes
from their greasy roims. Talking
harmony, while maliciously misrep
resenting decent citizens!
It will be news to the rank nnd
flic of tho Republican party that tliu
refusal of A. (J. M. Robertson to con
slder re-election us chairman of the
Republican Territorial Committee
should more surely pave tho way to
Mr. Robertson has so much tho
support of nil elements of the party
that he was unanimously named by
the Territorial convention as the He
publican National Committeeman for
the ncpU four jears. In this position
he Is the head of tho party organiza
tion In tho Territory, nnd tho organ
ization would indeed be fortunate If
It were able to retain him at tho head
of tho Territorial campaign commit
tee. The party has nover had a bel
ter worker or more successful liar
monizcr. Tho misinterpretation plnced on
Robertson's plans that have been
known for the last six months shows
what sort of cattle tho solf-stylod
Harmony by insult and misrepresentation!
The same old game.
Sjwd 1jmA oM
Pacific Hts., 2 bedrooms $25.00
Manoa, 2 bedrooms S27.50
Young St., 2 bedrooms $80.00
King St., 3 bedrooms $35.00
Greene St., 4 bedrooms S35.O0
Prospect St., 4 bedrooms . . . .$50.00
Pacific Hts., 4 bedrooms $50.00
Manoa, 2 bedrooms $50.00
Waikiki, 4 bedrooms $60.00
Manoa, 3 bedrooms '. .$60.00
Manoa, 4 bedrooms $60.00
Ainahau, Waikiki $75.00
- And if the California Republican
Convention resolestu favor of revi
sion, California Republicans can
make no complaint If they get what
they ask for and get It In the neck.
San Francisco Chronicle.
.The Republicans of Hawaii havo
already resolved. Expectations may
be estimated accordingly.
Governor Fcenr this morning signed
threo foicstry proclamations. Tho
one pertaining to West Maul embraces
almost all the central portion of this
district. Tho other proclamations
havo to do with Kona, Hawaii, and
lio AT HARBIN
ties, which Imolvcd the signing by
foreign mid Chlncso residents nt n
paper agreeing to obey the ordinanc
es of tho Harbin municipal council
and to pay taxes. This council is
composed of six members, threo nom
inated and tlnec elected to olllco
Tho president of the council Is chos
en by tho railroad nnd In this man
ner Russian control Is assured. Tho
French Consul nt Harbin nc'quloscod
in tho Russian demands.
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 4.--llnron
Rosen, the Russian Ambassa
dor, consulted Scretnry Root at the
State Department Friday, nnd Rus
sia's authority in Manchuria is tin'
dcrstood to hnc been tho subject of
consideration. It has developed that
tho position tnkon by V. S. Consul
Flstior nt Ilnrbln, under Instructions
from the Washington Government to
dcclluo to recognize the authority of
the director of the Chinese Eastern
Rnllwny In the municipal govern
ment there. Is the first indication
tho American Government has given
of the courso likely to be followed by
It In the maintenance of tho "open
door" doctrine announced ns n per
manent principle b the late Secre
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Wni. V. Kwal Kong (chairman), Chun
Ming, Chans Kim, (loo, Kwal Long
and I.uke Chan.
The Fleet Is comma,
up the City.
Let ui clean
Admiral Very, who Is soon to leave
this station, holds a special place, In
the history of the American develop
ment In the Pacific.
Whether ho will bo accoided all
that Is duo htm In the books that nro
written and the historical records of
the future Is a matter difficult to
foretell. Let tho future take care of
For the present, which interests
Admiral Very and his friends, the
11 u 1 1 c 1 1 n tnkes great pleastlro In
voicing the kindly beutlmct)t of tho
people of the Territory Of Hawaii.
Our citizen.) know that Admiral Very
during his service on this station has
done vigorous and effective work to
bring about the Improvement of
Our people know that tho develop
ment of this harbor Is as vital to
American power In this ocoan as tho
construction of the Panama Cunnl,
tho upbuilding of the merchant mar
ine, or an Increase of "the Navy.
Our peoplo know that without the
effort that Admiral Very has put
forth In promoting Pearl Harbor,
their work would have been of llttlo
avail against the terrible dead weight
of Indifference, that haB blocked
American progress in the Pacific for
these many years.
Admiral Very 1b particularly kind
In his comment on tho enthusiastic
support ho has received from Ha
waii's business men, nnd tho excel
lent work done In Washington by
our regular and special representa
tives. Let us turn the tables and remind
the; Admiral that his directing lead
ership has been invaluable to tho
pcdple of Hawaii and through them
to 'tho wholo America Nation.
Admiral Very goes to his home
nominally on tho retired list. We
havo -no-thought of his withdrawing
fron the ranks of active citizens, and
wo(have no doubt that In u compara
tively few months he wilt be ablo to
visit Hawaii again and view the
growing naval station with which he
lias been Intimately nssoclated.
"It waB tho grandest spectacle on
earth." "The Are was thrown within
twenty feet of tha top of the pit, and
the floor was covered with running
streams of lava." "I would not have
missed the sight for any considera
tion." Those were tho remarks made by
visitors who returned from the Vol
cano by the MAUN' A LOA this weok.
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Japan And Russia And
TOKIO, Jnpan,X April 7. Negotia
tions between America nnd Russia
concerning the administration of af
fairs at Harbin nro being closely
watched by Japan. Tho alarmist
newspapers suggest Japanese admin
istration of South Manchuria as tho
real object of American action. Tho
sensatlonnlUts connect tho coming of
the American Fleet with possible fu
turo representations concerning
A Washington special Bays tho
Government has decided to oppose
the action of Russia and Japan In
Manchuria. A dispatch from Harbin
quotes Consul Fisher as saying that
tho American Government on Its own
Initiative demands tho abandonment
of Japan's presont status in Mm-
churla. These telegrams havo
aroused much comment. Tho Japan
ese foreign officers here refuse to nc-
cept the sensationalist view nnd said
to the Associated Press that It Is not
prepared to believe that tho Ameri
can Government Is opposed to Japan's
present attitude In South Manchuria,
it 1b believed here that tho report
quoting tho Washington officials Is
not founded on fact nnd Is circulated
for the purpose of creating u fresh
cause of Ill-feeling.
gift rolvlu. Haws in,
HARMONY BY INSHLt.
Punahou District, College Street,
lot 75 x 125, three bedroom
modern cottage $3200,
Makiki District, Kinau Street, lot
50 s 90, two bedroom cottage
Pacific Heights, modern bunga
Cash or Installments.
ST. PKTERSHURU, Russia, April
I. Russia, und several other Powera
are awaiting with extreme Interest
the announcement of tho attltudo of
the State Department at Washington
regarding the Fisher incident, be
cause this Issue affects not only tho
administration of Harbin and Chal
lar by Russia, but tho entire ques
tion of tho sovereignty of North Chi
na and South Manchuria. Fred. U.
Fisher Is American Consul at Har
bin, having beon appointed In Janu
ary, 1907. He has consistently re
fused to recognize or admit that ho
should have anything to do with the
Russian administration of this terri
tory nnd ho has been firm in his as
sumption that ho was accredited
tololy to China; furthermore., ho ha3
supported protests of Chlnn against
tho establishment by Russia of mu
nicipalities In railroad zono nt Har
bin and Chaltar Independent of tho
Chinese government and his attitude
In this matter prompted Russia to
seek an explanation of his course at
Washington. It was learned here
Friday that tho German Consul at
Harbin Elded with Mr. Fifhur ngaln-t
tho demands of tho Russian nuthorl-
ill A t , 1
Tho Chlncso meeting Inst night war,
a remarkablo one. Tho subject of tho
Impcrntlvo need of a limited number
of Chlncso laborers to pi event 11a
wall's Important rlco Industry from
groat loss and possible failure, re
ceived careful attention.
Tho two or throo hundred Chlncso
present filled tho Chlncso United So
cieties Hall to oerllolng. They
manifested great Interest and enthus
iasm, and yet considered tho question
In a dignified nnd fair-minded spirit.
Thoio was not tho tllghlest antagon
ism to America, but tho most frlcuuly
spirit shown In all the discussion.
Tho Chinese folt that they" could trust
CongrcBS to ticat them fnlrly when
conditions wcro fully understood.
When tho fnctB are known reitalnlv
Hawaii's rlco lndustiy will not u left
to go tp ruin.
Tho Chinese Cont.ul Mr. Tseng Hal,
undo a splendid speech ami tol.l tho
Chinese that they should nil work to
gcthcr for thin Important end. lie
promised to hcaitlly cooperate with
W. C. Wccdpn also addressed the
meeting and spoko of how many Chln
cso lives had been given In building
tho railroad to thu Pacific Coast, that
had made posslblo tho present de
velopment of tho great West. Ho
spoko also or 'tho fine work tho Chin
ese havo dono In Hawaii.
Tho following resolutions wcro
passed unanimously and with much
enthusiasm, tho Chlncso Consul prom
Islng also to send them to the Chlncso
Ambasasilor nt Washington.
1. Itesolved, That wo, tho Chlncso
of Hawaii, begin a campnlgn or infor
mation, to furnish tho pcnplo of thu
United States with real facts as to the
Chlncso of Hawaii,
2. Resolved, That tho Important
rlco Industry, begun and fostered by
Chinese toll In theso Islands, desorvos
consideration and support from the
Congress of tho United States.
3. Resolved, That wo uso ovury
honest effort to secure n limited mini
her of Chlneso laborers, and thcli
families, for tho needful work In Ha
waii, that they alone can do.
I. Resolved, That wo bellove the
agricultural and commercial Interests
of Hawaii would bo advanced by ad
mlttlng tho Chlneso under wise re
strictions as to numbers, and albo
with restrictions as to the U3o of
5. Resolved, That a copy of thena
resolutions bo given lo tho Goornor
of Hawaii, and that wo usk him, as a
great favor, to present them to the
President of tho United States.
Tho following committees were np
pointed. Information Rev. Thwlng (chair
man), C. K. Al, Chu Gem, G. Kim
Fook and Ho Foil.
Working Committee on China Yt a
Clilm (chairman), Lam Knm Chin,
Honolulu, T. II.. April 21, 1908.
Kdltor Hvuiilug I) ill I Pi In:
From timet lo time, there appear In
tho paper of this Tcnltory nrtlcles oa
tho stibjeel how to get more Inbororn
nnd that w ought to have sonio iiiou
Chlneso, nt least enough to equal the
number of Jrtpn in tho lsl.uidr. It.
mo tiny that I m.i not down on ,th"
nslatlci nt all ns a race especially thu
Chinese, but all tills talk of getting
more cheap laborers nom to me too
one-sided, a certain class of peoplo
composed of n fow Plantation man
agers and shareholders aio In tho
opinion that Ignorance Is tho greatest
roe to this plan of getting Chlneso for
tho "Rlco Patches" nnd that Informa
tion It; needed In tho States at; to tho
true condltluiu: In Hawaii. Tho title
conditions nro pretty well known In
tho Stntes by nils time, enough white
man haB been driven back there t;
tell, If Blmply laborers are wanted In
Hawaii thousand would como hero to
work If paid tho scale of wagus that
Is paid on the Const and 1 nm mire If
Chlneso would ask $2.G0 a day or
10.00 riol. pr month and board (good
civilized mans Irani ) (hero would bu
no more demand Chinese laborers.
FOR SIERRA CHARTER
Secretary Wood of tho Promotion
Committee has rocelved letters which
show that today Secretary Wiggins,
tho Bccrctary of. tho Los Angeles
Chamber of Commerce, who b"camo
well known hero during his stay with
tho last Loh Angeles excursion, nnd
Mr. Rrymond of tho Rnymond-Whlt-comb
tourist company, uro In San
Francisco to ncgotlato with tho Oce
anic Steamship Co. for tho chaitcr of
the steamer Slerrn for tho excursion
which It Is contemplated to make tliW
Hummer from Los Angeles. It ap
pears that the charter will cost over
$!0,000 and that tho nffnlr will bo u
somewhat difficult one to finance;
still the Los Angolans expect to make
tho plan a go, mid It Is probablo that
tho stnrt will bo madu about July 1.
Uf&L r U ft a -;, U
WILL WAIT FOR
Harmony by misrepresentation?
Some peoplo assume that this query
can be answered In the affirmative.
J It la the Bamo old crowd, the samo Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
For Your Next Eveninp; Down.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
i stripes only.
We have two patterns in each of
the following coIqm : S
WHITE WITH PINK J
WHITE WKH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide,
Gcoige Fnlrchlld of the Mnkcc Su
gar Company ycsteidny afternoon
made his expected reply to Governor
Frcar'B proposal of exchanges of K
paa lands, and staled that he would
nniEE NEW STEIN
S BLOCH styles at!
Jk being' shown.
Where did they come
Styles as this house
presents their. repre
sent no one man's iilcc.3
els nccordinR to ths
world's best usage. They
arc genuine composite:.
They brine together into
one suit or overcoat the
various points included
in reports received fiom
Stein-Bloch outposts in
the acknowledged fash
sioners go at seasonable
intervals to all those
places on both sides of
the Atlantic where ad
vance fashion ideas are
brought together into one
procession by the limited
trains and the ocean grey
hounds. The observations
of thete men meet in the
and cutting rooms.
At one time it is a new
fabric from exclusive for
eign looms, to be accurately reproduced for iitem-iiiocii use. At
another time it is a trim top-coat idea from the box of a tallyho
at a race meet in England. Again an afternoon coat worn on Fifth
Avenue by a nan who has time and means to indulge his clothes
whims. Or it may be a smart suit Jdea from the flcor of the
Stock Exchange or a hot weather suit from PrJra Ecucli..
Whichever it is, it is authentic, and shaped out to present to
you as the most economical and ssnsible solution of a serious mod
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of the current . ijft VI , Ij7 !L
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THIS UWCLSTAMb-i POH .11 YtAKJ
Btsmsaor Kticrmnn nova;
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Fort imd 32! ercliaint
FREAK'S '0ur Eas-5Cards So!' $08
as also our cntinltes of
LA5I DAT M
"Yes, I am golug away In Hit. morn
like to havo nioro time to make n dof- '". ut "'" 8miK to get bucit he..
STATI01I2IIY, BOOKS, ETC.,
are specially selected to west the
taste of our community, and the
is published to meet the need of var-
A COLLAR BUTTON is an
insignificant article, yet it is
a very necessary one. There
is a great difference is collar
buttons; the cheap, flimsy one
is an abomination, but the
strong, heavy, well-made, sol
id gold button is a pleasure
to use and wear.
Our are the kind that LAST
A LIFETIME and GIVE SAT
ISFACTION TO THE WEARER.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Inlto answer. Thcro nro Bomo points
about which ho docs not think he
would like to go ahead without the
authorization of Colonel Spalding,
who la at present traveling In Kit
rope. Mr. Fnlrchlld has asked tho
Governor for nioro time, saying that
he would probably be ready to make
n uollnlto answer oy mo timo too
Governor returns from Washington.
Governor Frcnr stated that ho had
lcforrcd soveral of the questions to
tho Land Commltsloncr, which would
bo taken up during his absence. Geo.
F.tirchild mado a short call on the
Governor this morning for tho pur
pose of dlnrusslng tho proposition.
Before entering tho Kxecutlvo chum
bcis Mr. Fnlrchlld stated that ho did
not eco any manner In which th
land exchanges could bo settled un
til tho rottirn of Governor Frear from
"From u first glance nt tho nrtlcle
In tho morning paper," stated Air,
Fnlrchlld, "tho iuipieHsiou might bo
thnt I am perfectly satisfied with the
proposition submitted by tho Gov
ernor. Thoro nro n number of
thing3 that will huvo to bo changed,
and I do not think that this can po
hlbly bo arranged beforo tho Gov
ernor leaves, ns ho 1b golug tomor
EASTER AT LEAHI HOME.
Just ns boon ns possible. I win do , ted, rclintle infonration turtaininn
everything In my power that will In, I t0 the land WO live ill
of nsidBtanco to tho Islands, uuil I fool I
that I can bo or homo help. Thou. TilOS. G. TilTIWa.
will bo ciulto a number of us nt tko ,..-,,,,-, ,,. . '
contention, nnd tho advantages of STATIONER. ETC., 1C03 FORT ST.
uavall will bo placed boforu all pres
J. ft LEVY & 0.
This lr Goeinor Froai's farewell
statement. Up was n busy Clilof Kx
cciuho fills morning, for thuro were
not only a great many thlugs that ro
quliod his attention beforo ho sallud
away for the States, but thrro weio
also n largo number o. vMborn who
11.111 oiisiiiess vim ine liuvoinor. uim
of tho mot Important thing.! that hup- .."ZZTi.'L,
pencil w.i3 tho conference of tho Gov ' VETERINARY INFIRMARY
cinor with a vepioscntatito bod n!
men lcgurdlng sanitation.
Dr. Cofer, H. S. Ilosmor, Alniuu
Gartloy, W O. Smith, nnd .lamt-B Mor
gan wcro Included In tlilu conference.
Tho Governor will t'Ao up tho inattt-r
cf city Funltuil-in wiillo lu Wmiilnu-
ton, nnd It wan for tho purpose of i.Ib-
cupsmg tno proposition inul tno men
w-cro culled togothor.
NT.W BANKER ARRIVED.
M(i N. Otsiiku, tho new sub-mrn-nger
of tho Yokohama Specie Dank,
who nrrlvod on tho Mongolia yostoi
day, Is a Unchelor of Law. Ho was
fofmiHy connected with Hie Now
York blanch ofllro of tho Speclo lrritt
und has como hoio to toko tho plaoo
of Mr. Mlzutsu, who 1 elm mi to Japan
011 tho Hongkong Maui.
A vory enjoynblo and Impressive
Knster was had nt l.ealil Homo Inst
Sunday nfternoon by both tho In
mates und tho nineteen ChrUtlnn llti
denvorora that had. charge of tho
meeting. A tocal nolo was ronderod
by ono of the mombeis In n very
pleasing manner. Tho meeting cloxod
with tho dlstilbution of fi tilt and
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